Multi-Generational Leadership | Leading and Being Led
July 18 @ 7:00 am - 9:30 am$75
In today’s world the composition of leadership is quickly shifting with different generations of leaders and those being led. Each generational group has different characteristics, skills, communication styles and working preferences. Speaker series Leadership in Heels will host “Multi-Generational Leadership | Leading and Being Led.” Scharrell Jackson will lead a panel discussion where they will share their unique perspective on how they have shifted in their businesses and effectively addressed the needs of each generation and managed the multiple generations successfully. A critical question that will be discussed on July 18th will be how to address the generations who want to understand the “why” behind their work.
Leadership in Heels Founder and CEO Scharrell Jackson, a full-time Partner, COO and CFO for Squar Milner in Irvine, one of the top 50 accounting firms in the nation, moderates each Leadership in Heels event. Jackson, a resident of Lake Forest, began the leadership series with the goal to provide an authentic, intimate and powerful space where attendees can learn from one another and pivot their lives forward personally and professionally while stimulating the mind and penetrating the heart.
Leadership in Heels is for everyone. Both men and women are invited to attend. The series has hosted over 2,000 attendees including c-suite executives, middle managers, entrepreneurs, community leaders, and those who strive to enhance their leadership skills.
The Leadership in Heels speaker series offers breakfast, networking and giveaways in addition to interactive presentations and exercises. At this event, attendees will be encouraged to look within themselves and identify corrective measures that can be taken to enhance personal and business relationships. This opportunity will allow for a fresh look at the change in expectations of others when it comes to how people want to be approached and engaged. “Multi-Generational Leadership” will focus attendees on the needs of others first versus themselves, which will serve as the catalyst of change.
A portion of net event proceeds will benefit Santa Ana-based nonprofit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County and the Inland Empire, which delivers one-to-one mentoring to youth facing adversity through four program models.